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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2009-04-20 issue of the Toronto Star (2009-08-22).

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44721 tokens ‧ 33040 valid lowercase tokens ‧ 5913 types ‧ 11 (~ 0.186%) words before cleaning ‧ 


  1. batterymate
    • 2009 April 20, Richard Griffin, “Little plays lead to big win”, Toronto Star:
      On his 105th pitch, the 24-year-old pure rookie walked Suzuki, his former batterymate at Cal-State Fullerton University.
  2. glamourized
    • 2009 April 20, Rosie DiManno, “Journalists are bigger in movies”, Toronto Star:
      The job may be glamourized, yet journos on screen are often elevated rather than denigrated; truth-seekers simultaneously cynical and idealistic.
  3. manoeuvrable
  4. mortisers
    • 2009 April 20, Louise Brown, “Tech school closing ignites fury”, Toronto Star:
      He got hooked working in the $1 million WoodLINKS shop donated by private industry, with the latest band saws, table saws and mortisers, a tool that cuts square holes.
  5. outsailed
    • 2009 April 20, Bruce Campion-Smith, “Canadians foil pirates in dramatic night chase”, Toronto Star:
      OTTAWA A Canadian warship hunting pirates in the Gulf of Aden outsailed a boatload of bandits in the dark, foiling an attack on a Norwegian tanker.
  6. pinstripers
    • 2009 April 20, Garth Woolsey, “Win or lose, the Yankees are news”, Toronto Star:
      Fourteen runs for the pinstripers would have fit the extreme agenda, and no doubt would have set the 45,167 in attendance Saturday into rounds of "New York, New York" and other self-congratulation.
  7. polycoated
  8. renos *
    • 2009 April 20, Cathal Kelly, “Victory-starved city abuzz over Jays”, Toronto Star:
      Until a few days ago, Gaston was staying at the Rogers Centre's Renaissance Hotel while awaiting the completion of renos on his apartment.
  9. superoxygenated
    • 2009 April 20, Phinjo Gombu, “Trout caught up in political net”, Toronto Star:
      Only the treasured wild fish get measured, tagged, placed in tanks of superoxygenated water and then transported past the next dam to the northern Credit River and its tributaries, where they're released into cold, clean water for spawning.
  10. thinger
  11. wordcraft
    • 2009 April 20, Rosie DiManno, “Journalists are bigger in movies”, Toronto Star:
      Their hostile relationship accurately reflects newsroom tensions between old-style journalists for whom no story is real unless it's published on paper and website, or blogging, specialists who are usually younger, less mindful of checking facts and sloppy in wordcraft.